Not knowing how to live in this life is usually believed to be a problem to be fixed or a gap to be filled. It can seem that if you don’t know, then you won’t survive in a world where everyone else seems to know. But if you are willing to risk letting down the mask that covers your vulnerability, then not knowing can be discovered to be a well of courage to live freely and openly. The reality is that you don’t know who you are or how to be a person, and whether what you are doing, saying or feeling is ok. But instead of that being a problem, it is a wide open free-fall and the space for anything to be here and to be included. And in that space of not knowing, real wisdom is known and can be lived.